downing wrote:your improvement amazes me!
What did you do to achieve the 175: Adopt a new method of studying, read the Economist everyday, change your attitude? The reason being is that I have a 165 (retook after a 159), which initially brought some happiness to my life; now it appears that it'll result in many stinging rejection letters (gpa 3.24).
The 175 more than offsets your gpa for a lot of great schools.
Well, I would say that I studied both harder and smarter this time, meaning I did many more preptests than I did when preparing the first time, and I used superior methods. I didn't know about Powerscore or the LG Bible the first time, and this time around I bought that book and the LR Bible months ago and worked through them completely before beginning my PTs. Then I did every PT from 40-60 in full, and did most of the LG sections from the others.
General advice for anyone looking to improve on the LSAT: First learn how to attack the test, and then practice it over and over and over... do as many PTs as you can.